The Mission of the Children’s Dyslexia Center is to provide quality, state-of-the-art, remedial education to children with disabilities in reading, writing, and related scholastic skills, diagnosed as dyslexic.
In keeping with the commitment of 32° Masons to the children of our community, this service will be provided free of charge to children who have previously been tested, evaluated, and diagnosed as dyslexics.
Children who have dyslexia view reading as a painful experience. As a result of the services provided by a center, their attitude toward reading, and of greater importance, toward school and themselves, has been dramatically and positively changed.
The Northern Masonic Jurisdiction of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite is committed to providing programs to treat childhood dyslexia in individualized, cost-effective, and clinically responsible ways.
The Children’s Dyslexia Center of Indianapolis is located on the lower level of the Cathedral, and is in its second decade of service to dyslexic children. The Center, made possible by the Supreme Council and contributions from our members, provides free assistance to all children having this learning disability who have been tested, evaluated, and diagnosed as suffering from dyslexia. The mission of the center is to provide quality, state of the art remedial education to children with disabilities in reading, writing and related scholastic skills, diagnosed as dyslexia. Tutors at the center are trained in the Orton-Gillingham methodology, a proven, effective treatment modality.
For more information about the Children’s Learning Center – http://www.childrensdyslexiacenters.org (External Link)